There has been a recent explosion of “predatory” science journals that aggressively solicit research papers from scientists who pay to have the papers published.

Science is now a massive and expensive international project and one of the, perhaps inevitable, downsides of this success is the growth of dishonest (...)

Some residents at the Oberstown Detention Campus, Dublin (above) climbed up onto the roof of one of the buildings. During a stoppage by staff last month, children were confined to their bedrooms but some escaped and a major fire broke out. File photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Two international experts are to conduct a review of operations at the Oberstown children detention centre in north Dublin. Prof Barry Goldson, of t(...)

Researchers at University of London and the University of Birmingham found  some managers placed as much importance on whether a candidate fitted the traditional image of an investment banker as on their skills and qualifications

The right pair of oxfords can make or break a potential job candidate in staid investment banking circles in Britain, according to a new report. Candi(...)